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Tag Archives: forgiveness

Foot-in-Mouth Disease

older woman

Yesterday my husband experienced another lapse in memory and left his cell phone at home. This was not the first time a phone, or another …

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Late to the Wedding

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Afew years ago, I was honored to be asked to perform a wedding for a couple of young people whom I greatly loved and respected. …

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The Need for Forgiveness

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With long strides, the Yul Brynner look-alike attired in an expensive business suit, rushed through the airport. Yet his briefcase is what caught my attention. Costly …

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Restoration

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I enjoy stories and learn so many of life’s lessons as I read biographies. I also enjoy the stories in the Bible. On occasion, I …

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Entitlement

Man with halo and angel wings

The idea that we are deserving of something, or somehow entitled, alters our ability to view ourselves and others with objectivity. “The older brother got …

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In the Light

“But if we are living in the light, as God is in the light, then we have fellowship with each other, and the blood of …

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To Be Forgiving

two women, one asking forgiveness

The apostle Paul said, “Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other as in Christ God forgave you” (Ephesians 4:32). That’s an interesting …

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Going for a Drive

The year was 1952, and I was a junior in high school. One of Daddy’s very rich employers had given him a 1938 Ford two-door …

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Jesus the Lobbyist

Man sitting in front of laptop, thinking

You’re a lobbyist? You’d almost have better luck putting “Top Used-Car Salesman” on your resumé. Politicians, especially those with an ambitious eye on a comfy …

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